How much for gas in your area?


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Jan 8, 2006
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Puyallup, WA
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We have a worldwide group here. How much are you paying for gas?

$2.99 for the cheapest here but we have the highest gas tax in the nation.
$2.70 or so for a gallon at the cheapest place in town.
We work in litres here, and 1 US gallon = 3.785 litres. My car runs on diesel, which is around £0.98 a litre, and £1 = $1.79, so...

3.785 x 0.98 x 1.79 = $6.64 per US gallon

Petrol is a bit cheaper -

3.785 x 0.96 x 1.79 = $6.50 per US gallon
$108.5 per liter...I think that's about $4.10 per US Gallon.

The worst part is that they get a good portion of the Oil & Gas out of the ground...right here in Alberta.
$2.84/gallon USD at costco yesterday, most gas stations around town are $2.99/gallon. i guess that's half price gas to those across the pond... so i won't complain...

you can select your state/city and find the cheapest/most expensive gas in town...

as if saving $0.02/gallon is going to make you drive all the way across town...
$2.99 is the average near home but reached $3.06 a few miles away.
carddesigner said:
$2.99 is the average near home but reached $3.06 a few miles away.

Another Illinoisan!!! Where are ya in Illinois? I haven't seen it above $3 YET in my area, but very very very close!
The cheapest I have found it is $2.79, but to set everyone's mind at ease, the gas prices should be going back down as soon as the turn-around's are least here in the US. 16 of the 19 cat-crackers are down during the yearly turn-around, which mean gas production is down causing gas prices to soar.

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